Al-Iman Islamic Society
This Manual only applies to halal certification bodies adopting (performing) the field of service and product certification.
The actions and methods cover the following specifications below;
a) Al-Iman Islamic Society shall ensure that it can demonstrate its ability to consistently provide services that meet applicable regulatory requirements.
b) Al-Iman Islamic Society shall enhance accreditation satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable regulatory requirements.
MS ISO/IEC 17065:2012 – Conformity assessment -- Requirements for bodies certifying products, processes and services
MS ISO/IEC 17021:2011 – Conformity assessment -- Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems
UAE/SMIIC/GSO 2055-2 - General Requirements for Halal Certification Bodies
Context of The Organization
It is the responsibility of Al-Iman Islamic Society to carry out applicable certification activities in such a manner to meet the requirements of the ISO 17065:2012 Standards, MS 1500:2009 to satisfy the needs of the customer and to continually improve the effectiveness of the management system.Mission Statement
i) To establish a work standard that exceeds if not; meet the major global requirements for international accreditation and recognition in adding value to local exporters.
ii) To lead the world standard and initiative in implementing workable and practical Halal policy, enforcement and accreditation compliance in the Halal industry.
iii) To be a leading and successful diversified conglomerate towards promoting comprehensive Halal Super Corridor that compromises of Halal Sharia, Science, Operations and Infrastructure.
Consuming halal is obligatory for Muslims. Al-Iman Islamic Society as a responsible driver of community excellence particularly in Australia had decided to undertake this role to come forward and serve this basic needs of the Muslim community at large by taking explicitly active responsibility in halal regulatory. This task though challenging can be made easier with the implementation of the available standards run simultaneously with the right system.Objective approach
Al-Iman Islamic Society as a representative Islamic body aims to be a responsible professional unbiased halal certifier guided by both local and global requirements and where all decisions are being made objectively and that all decision making is transparent and fair for both Al-Iman Islamic Society itself and the client. There shall be no compromise though on fatwa issues and monetary gains shall not be the main driver of any halal initiatives initiated by either party.Organization Structure
Al-Iman Islamic Society organizational structure very much complies to the required global standard holistic approach and complies to the international ISO standards requirements. Starting from the very beginning of the process right to the appeal committee, Al-Iman Islamic Society ensures every individual involved in their halal process is qualified, maintains impartiality and is actively involved in the whole process.